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Any suggestions for steak or prime rib in the King of Prussia area? This is a birthday dinner.
We will be traveling from Reading .

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  1. We frequently go to Sullivans Steak house for special occasions. I love their crab cake appetizer, and the steaks have always been great.
    We also enjoyed Creed's the time we went for our anniversary.

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    Sullivan's Steakhouse
    700 W Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA 19406

    Creed's Seafood & Steaks
    499 N Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406

    1. Sullivan's get's my vote to! There is also a Morton's in the mall if you like that.

      1. My vote is for Morton's. While not a unique Philly restaurant, I think the quality of the steaks and the very All-American feel of the place makes it top notch. Add to it the service that is always on point and Morton's in KOP is one of my go-to special occasion steakhouses.

        Another one, again a national entity, is Fleming's in Radnor, not too far from your target area. This has the classic feel of a great steakhouse and a great wine list.

        Sullivan's is always good too. Lots of good options for a great steak in the KOP area. I'd say you can't go wrong with any of the ones mentioned here. ENJOY!

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        1. re: mkertello

          From Reading forget K o P GO TO SEVEN STARS INN for PRIME RIB!!!!! OR Fillet!!!! check out the menu

          http://sevenstarsinn.com

          Have fun!!!! and it is closer than K of P........i do think most steak places in K of P area are overpriced, not that good, and u go home hungry IMO.

          1. re: monchichi

            Ever been to Sullivans? I've NEVER gone home hungry from there. You'd have to have a bear's appetite to not get full. Same with Mortons.

            1. re: jujuthomas

              Have you had lunch there? I went with a friend recently and had the steak salad. Fabulous!

          2. re: mkertello

            I can recommend Creeds which has a wonderful wine list. In KoP proper you have the aforementioned Sullivan's, Morton's as well as a Ruth Chris's Steak house around the back edge of the KoP Mall.

          3. I have been to Ruth Chris many tiimes. Never been to Sullivans. Can someoone comapre the two for me? Which is better?

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            1. re: reddogmon

              Sullivan's is a chain. Not as formal as Ruth Chris's and will not nickle and dime you as much on the sides. That said, I think the quality of the meats at Ruth Chris's is better. Sullivan's in KoP also gets a large afterwork crowd. Personally I do not like that they have valet parking in a mall parking lot, forcing you to park further away if you do not want a teenager parking your car. I only go there for business purposes.

              FWIW Sullivans is owned by Lone Star Steakhouses, which also owns Del Friscos (there is on of those in CC.. beautiful space, questionable value for the price)

              Personally of all the chain steak houses in the area, I would suggest you consider going to Capital Grill which recently opened in KoP. Best of the bunch. For a locally owned place, I highly recommend Creeds.

            2. I would suggest Sullivan's or Creed's. Stay away from Morton's and Ruth's Chris. I haven't tried Capital Grille yet but I've heard good things about it, it's on my list of places to try.

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              1. re: katsak

                +1 on Creeds! altho we have not been to capital grill yet either.

                1. re: jujuthomas

                  Ditto Creed's, although Sullivans is a close contender. Avoid Flemings in Radnor - it is too expensive for the inconsistency in the food and the service.

              2. There is the new Capital Grille in KOP, the one in the city is not bad. There all chains, been to them all. Sullivan's, Morton's, Ruth Chris, & Capital Grille are in the same arena. 7 Stars is something special.